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for this opportunity, mr. newsom and latoya cantrell to congratulate daniel homsey of the neighborhood services for leading today's great event and for launching of the neighborhood empowerment net work website empower sf. org. the best of luck, speaker of the house, nancy pelosi. [applause]. >> just amazing that young lady started as an intern in our office 3 years ago and came in and said, i want to make a difference. we should applaud her success it's just amazing. [applause] i would like to introduce your mayor gavin c. newsom. >> thank you very much for coming out. big round of applause for daniel homsey and his hard work bringing this together getting all the staff and volunteers the mayor's office of neighborhood services and other departmenting that are here we are very thankful. daniel has been talking about this for what seems a millennium. you imagine being the mayor's office of neighborhood services how demanding that job is. the calls you get for service. we got the liaisons to the districts and how overwhelmed some of them are. we added budget cuts. the office had 2 or 3 people
edicion especial...--- mis compaÑeros blanca y daniel estan en el estadio pal de san jose, trayendoles a ustedes la fiesta del grito ...---con ellos vamos a conectarnos enseguida.----mientras, a las n. noticias. ---por primera vez desde el desastre del jueves pasado, los dueÑos de las casas que estaban en el lugar de la explosion, en san bruno, pudieron regresar para ver que es lo que queÓ.... y recuperar lo poco que se salÓ.---despues de la de hoy, podran hacer otra visita ... antes que se limpie el area completamente. --- y despues de llegar de una mision comercial en asia, el gobernador de california arnold schwarzenegger se dirigio a la zona de la tragica explosion ....pilar niÑo, desde alli, nos cuenta que paso ... pilar adelante ! =pilar niÑo= ---gracias pilar.-- ella nos lo decia pero se lo repito: ---cobraron por un trabajo que no realizaron... asi lo asegura una agencia que supervisa a las empresas que prestan servicios publicos, como pg&e...---segun esto... pg&e retraso los trabajos de reparacion en una tuberia cercana a la que exploto en san bruno...--en 2007... la empr
profesionalmente--- ---la cronica la tiene, daniel rodriguez. ---estoy aqui como una estudiante indocumentada tratando de luchar por mi derecho a la educacion publica y tambien a la ciudadania--- ciudadania---=daniel rodriguez: ---maria fue una de estudiantes de la universidad de berkeley que salieron de clases para enviar un mensaje al gobernador del estado, para que el dream act, el acta de los suenos en california, no sea vetada en su escritorio--- ---para otros estudiantes, el acta de los suenos en el estado, es una opportunidad no solamente para ellos, sino para los politicos que tienen en sus manos la decision del do- documento------ahorita estamos en tiempos diferentes, en donde los republicanos saben que si empiezan a hacer algo por las comunidaddes latinas y las minorias de california, ya nunca mas van a tener una presencia en california o sea que si el gobernador republicano no empieza a darnos algo a las personas que los elegimos como gobernor o mayor, lo que sea, que si nos empiezan a dar algo, nunca van a hacer una presencia en california------hubo, durante la manifestacion de es
con nuestros vecinos a los que la vida les cambio en un segundo ... vamos a hablar ahora con daniel rodriguez.---bienvenido daniel, buenas tardes. ---cesar, como suele suceder en este tipo de desastres, surgen muchas confusiones entre la gente, sobre todo entre aquella afectadas que buscan ayuda o de familiares que quieren encontrar a posibles personas afectadas--- ---en san bruno se han establecido dos refugios para los afectados------uno esta en el centro recreacional de los veteranos, en el 251 de park way------el segundo, en el centro comercial, que se localiza en la interseccion de las avenidas san bruno y cherry------ademas, para mas orientacion, puede llamar directamente a la cruz roja al 8-8-8, 4, h-e-l-p, b-a-y o sea 888 435 7229--- ---una de las cosas que mas se necesita en estos momentos, son donadores de sangre--- ---basicamente es sangre tipo o negativa------la organizacion centros de sangre del pacifico, esta coordinando las donaciones de sangre, ya que son ellos la que la distribuyen en 40 hospitales del area, en donde se han recibido a varios de los lesionados por la
seÑalamientos... daniel rodriguez nos comentara al respecto... ---y no todo es negativo en mexico... decenas de charros se reunen y baten un record mundial... le dire de que se trata... regresamos en dos minu. minutos... en ---continuamos nuestra conversacion con el consul de mexico en san jose, david figueroa------surge una nueva disputa entre iglesia-estado, con lo afirmado por el cardenal norberto rivera carrera, quien dice que mexico ha dejado de ser un pueblo hospitalario y se han convertido en un pueblo corrupto y asesino--- ---hasta donde llegara este pleito entre iglesia y estado- -- ---todo lo que pasa en mexico, como afecta, su imagen, la inversion extranjera y la confianza de los propios mexicanos--- --fuerza multinacional de paz--- ---muchas gracias consul... conversamos en vivo con el consul de mexico en san jose... david figueroa... nos vamos a una nueva pausa... ---regresaremos con la habilidad de los charros en el "floreo de la riata"... algo que solo en mexico sucede... nos vamos a la pausa con un adelanto de ariel y el tiempo... =enseguida llega ariel roÍguez con la informaci
. also with us from boston but having stepped off the plain from dublina daniel to be lynn a writer at emer son college. i want to start by reflecting back that those of you folks endeavored to reveal hidden histories of your family lives. we have spoken in advanced of today's conversation. it's clear to me you pursued the stories of your families histories for decades through genealogical work and writing and reflection. i'm wondering if can describe how you dot work you do and where the seeds of your curiousity, how they were planted and want compelled you to do this work. >> i would say that i was have much inspired since i lived in san francisco, california. we are a country of immigrants. in san francisco in particular, we have so many first generation americans. my husband is just became an american citizen a couple of months ago. i have friendlieds who are first generation from vietnam. palestine, israel. mexico, as i watch them struggling with their cultural identities and trying to maintain the identities and have the respect as the american citizens they are in this count
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aspira llegar al capitolio en sacramento------daniel rodriguez tiene los detalles--- ---cesar, se trata de meg withman, quien esta en el centro del torbellino, porque aparentemente estando conciente del estado legal en el pais de una de sus empleadas, la mantuvo en sus quehaceres en su casa--- ---pero vamos a los detalles--- ---pienso claramente que la inmigracion ilegal es un problema aqui en california y en el pais------daniel rodriguez: esto dijo recientemente meg withman durante una entrevista de radio------y no solo lo declara, sino que lo deja manifestado en un folleto de publicidad de su campana llamado contruir una nueva california, en donde claramente dice estar a favor de penas mas severas para empleadores que contraten trabajadores inducumentados y pide inspecciones en lugares de trabajo de empleadores que infringen la ley--- ---hoy la abogada gloria allred durante una conferencia de prensa en los angeles, hablo del caso de nicky diaz, quien trabajo como empleada domestica en la casa de meg withman, a pesar de ser indocumentada------argumenta la abogada que withman sabia de
your daughter of 30 years. he had lost contact with his daughter danielle norris after parting ways with her mom years ago. all that has changed thanks to father and daughter connecting first on facebook and finally in person at the airport. >> this is the best feeling in the world. >> this is something people need to hear and see that there is a need for fathers to be connected to their children. and the fathers that may have been in the same situation that i was in. >> well, the last time earl saw his daughter danielle before this, she was just six weeks old. a month of texting, emailing and calling led up to the reunion. danielle brought along her own two children to share in the happy moment. >> i knew that whole facebook thing was good for something. >> something. >> it can be good. >> you can find people after years. >> exactly. >> that was fantastic. >> it was. >>> actually there is a weak cold front pushing through right now. a couple of sprinkles out there. here is the forecast first. it will lead to a very nice weekend. here is the forecast first. 52-72 by morning. the nex
years hem found danielle in south carolina. and our own alex trevino was on hand for the emotional reunion. >> i'm feeling like it's the happiest time of melee. >> reporter: earl brown is waiting anxiously for his daughter to arrive here at bwi airport and it's been a long wait. >> she was born in september of 1978. >> reporter: the last time earl saw her was when she was six weeks old. >> after a short relationship her mother and i had our separate ways and partings. >> reporter: dad tells us several attempts to find her failed until it clicked. >> i did my search by way of facebook. >> i was floored. words can't describe how i felt. >> reporter: a month of constant texting, e-mailing and calling and living a life apart from each other all led to this moment. danielle with her two children by her side embraces her father earl. >> it is a sense of completeness and a new beginning. >> after 30 years the reunion was better than expected for both father and daughter. >> it is the best feeling in the world. >> this is something people need to hear and see that there's a need for father
= ---y ahora vamos con daniel rodriguez, para que usted opine sobre el tema de discusion de esta tarde ... ¿ya estas listo daniel?--- ---cesar, ---- la iglesia catolica de mexico responsabiliza a todo el pueblo mexicano por la violencia del narcotrafico.--- dicen "el pueblo es corrupto y asesino"...---usted que opina--- ---y en algo que esta relacionado con la iglesia catolica, esta tarde un grupo de ciudadanos repartio volantes con la leyenda ayudemos a salvar a nuestros hijos--- ---lo hicieron afuera de la catedral santa maria de san francisco, haciendo referencia a los abusos que algunos pequeÑos han sufrido por parte de sacerdotes------se dijeron preocupados por la designacion de monseÑor robert mcelroy como nuevo obispo en san francisco, a quien como administrador de la diocesis, aseguran, nunca ha atendido sus peticiones--- ----segunda pausa en noticiero telemundo 48 a las seis ... y despues de ella, ramon diaz con el partido del bicentenario ... ¿podra el tri contra colombia? ¿o se repetira lo que paso el domingo pasado ante ecuador? ... ya regresamos ! ! =esta viendo su n
interest to restore the previous run. [tone] chairman nolan: thank you. >> shawn, then daniel phillips. chairman nolan: good afternoon. >> good afternoon, residential builders association. a permit in san francisco for new construction is down the 0% from 2008 to 2009 -- 90% from 2008 to 2009. unemployment in trade is hovering around 30%. certainly 2010 is not any better than 2009. both the mayor's office, the board of supervisors have passed and are continuing to discuss various ways of stimulating our industry. clearly these are very difficult times for the industry. but at this particular time, the m.t.a. is discussing a lost meter revenue fee which is really not a lost revenue fee. it's a new fee. and perhaps to some projects downtown, they can absorb this fee. i was reading in the business times, the millennium towers cost $600 million to build. what about the project that are only costing $60 million? $6 million? $600,000? or $60,000? these fees cannot be absorbed by the smaller contractors throughout the neighborhood. now, we only learned about this in the last seven to 10 days.
area for daniel webster, which is drawing all of dogpatch into daniel webster, and then there is a dead and at minnesota, like half a block off of 22nd street, and then it did in south of 22nd street, so it is a really small part that is left out. -- and then if it did and -- it dead ends south of 22nd street. there would probably be no other kids in a region that are willing to go there, and also, a 30-minute walk four as compared to about a 10-minute walk to daniel webster -- a 30-minute what -- walk for us. commissioner yee: thank you. >> yes, this is also a boundary issue. many of the worst schools in the city are in those zones, and there is a way of opting out of them. however, as the first speaker mentioned, there are small pockets within those zones that are simply stuck in the school area, because they are not in that zone. so i figured out that we are in the worst four blocks in san francisco in terms of public schools. we live in an api 2, cesar chavez, and we are the only four blocks that cannot leave the area. that is not fair. i know that parents know that they are being s
puntos interesantes sobre el trato de la policia de san jose a las minorias... daniel rodriguez reflexiona esta noche, en algo mas... eople acting in community together (o pact), que representa a 22 congregaciones en el condado de santa clara, ha realizado una encuesta5 por ciento de las personas en el este de san jose, dijeron haber sido detenidas por la policia sin haber ninguna justificaciontros, dijeron muchos fueron detenidos por su perfil racialn otros casos, fue exagerada la cantidad de elementos para tratar de investigar a un persona por una infraccion de transito menorse fue el caso del padre javier reyes de la iglesia de nuestra senora de guadalupe, quien dijo que cuatro oficiales de policia lo pararon por no poner la luz direccional cuando daba vuelta l jueves, habra una conferencia de prensa, a la que se ha invitado al jefe de la policia, que no ha confirmado, en donde se detallara los resultados de la encuestante el sondeo, habra que ver que argumentos esgrimen las autoridades en lo que parece ser una realidad ---muchas gracias daniel... en dos minutos regresamos...
running around the play ground is no big deal, but 10-year-old daniel copeland told us he knows he's lucky as he showed off what's left of his two heart surgeries. >> they see my scar because my shirt hangs down sometimes, i say oh, i had trunkois i riotis and they say what the heck it s that and i say it's a problem with the -- heck is that and i say it's a problem with the arteries. >> reporter: daniel is one of 200 kids who came to a picnic held for children to. get into this party you had to have heart surgery when you were very, very little. >> when i was born, i had a problem and i had to go to a hospital then. >> reporter: leah murray was born win verted heart vessels requiring open heart surgery, angioplasty and a stent. his parents drove from pittsburgh so he could thank his doctors. >> thank you for fixing my heart. and i love being at the party. >> lots of times we see them when we are sick and we don't see them later on when they grow up and are well. so this is a great for us to celebrate in terms of how well they're doing. >> reporter: the doctors also invited a different kin
have a report. >> reporter: daniel singer from wood cliff lake, new jersey is an active 15-year-old. a musician and a journalist writing for his high school newspaper. >> this was the one that i wrote. >> right on the front page? >> yeah, right on the front page. >> reporter: but since he was in preschool, daniel has suffered from debilitating migraine headaches several times a week. >> it is really tough for me to write or just to do anything that really takes a lot of focus while i have a migraine. >> it is about to get even tougher now that the time to get back to school. >> getting ready for school? >> yep. >> reporter: since he was eight, daniel has been coming to dr. larry newman, director of the headache institute at roosevelt hospital in manhattan. dr.newman knows firsthand how difficult migraines can be. he has had them since he was 11 years old. >> you were in school and this happened to you, what did do you? >> when i was in in school with these headaches, i didn't have a diagnosis or a treatment and i had to suffer. i would go home early. >> reporter: but he says kid
a chance at this, is mitch daniels, the republican governor of iowa. of indiana. he is someone that definitely strikes me as a deficit hawk. he is someone who clearly talks the talk of a lot of social conservatives. but truth be told, the field is wide-open. we have about a dozen republican candidates. everyone from newt gingrich, to mitt romney, possibly sarah palin. rick santorum, haley barbour. and they recognize that obama is vulnerable right now. >> karen, there's so much energy on the right right now. but some democrats, including people in the white house, seem to be verging on gleeful when it comes to the rise oaf the tea party. the logic seems to be, some of the people have said such extreme things in the past, that they're going to be easier to beat. is there complacency potentially setting in? >> no. i hope not. and i hope we learned our lesson from the massachusetts senate race. that was a big wake-up call. and i think even lisa murkowski's race should be a wake-up call to anyone who is an incumbent, that you can't take anything for granted. you have to do the work
their identity. there is a young man named danny. daniel came to the united states fromolombia when he was 8. he grew up in the suburbs and ran varsity track and cross country for his high school. since he couldn't get a driver's license, he took a two-hour bus ride every day just to get to classes at normandale community llege. in his second year, daniel's father died, leaving daniel and his mother without any income. daniel almost dropped out but he didn't. instead, he became the first member of his family to graduate from college, dual associate -- degrees in science. daniel is now at the university of minnesota. he is trying to get his bachelor's degree, but since he can't work, he can't afford to attend school full time. so every semester, daniel saves up all of his money to take just one class. he is completing his bachelor's one class at a time. there is another remarkable young minnesotan, javier, who came to this country at the age of 15. he enrolled in a st. paul high school and quickly learned english. by his senior year, he was taking advance placement in college courses and voluntee
. >> lehrer: then, analysts hisham melham and daniel levy assess the progress from today's middle east peace talks in washington. >> woodruff: margaret warner reports from baghdad on the continued stalemate in forming a government, some five months after parliamentary elections. some of the political players may decide to use violence themselves as a pressure point. >> lehrer: newshour correspondent spencer michels examines the impact of u.s. supreme court rulings on local gun regulations in california. >> among the first results of the supreme court decisions on guns: gun shows like this may become more common in california. >> woodruff: plus an encore look at jeffrey brown's profile of tap dance great maurice hines passing the torch and tradition to a new generation. >> lehrer: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank
mitch daniels or hailey barbour in mississippi. they have more substance but not one of them is in a position to challenge barack obama. president obama in the white house would be celebrating to have -- >> chris: i want to get the republican race, not into the democrats. let's put up a list, a graphic that we have. this is beyond palin of the conventional wisdom list of gop contenders besides palin. mitt romney. tim pawlenty. governor of minnesota. haylehailey barbour, mississip. jim demint. certainly other people we could put up like mitch daniels. bill, to the degree that the republican primary voters have indicated that they are looking for something different in the republican party, how does this scramble with 2012 republican presidential race? >> well, it scrambles it. i think it won't be the usual situation of nominating the next in line or next senior person in the lines of bob dole or john mccain. right now, palin is the frontrunner. it i she has a slightly better chance than any one else. not an odds on favorite. goes off with better odds than any one else. if i ha
in and daniel day kim, the lost actor trades an island for another. ,,,,,,,, ma'am, can you identify the other airline that charged you bag fees? that's it. that one...right there. exactly how much did the other airlines make off with? ♪ it was like $25. was that one-way? or roundtrip? roundtrip. $50? did you have a second bag? yes. mm! it was $35. that's $120 roundtrip. [ gasps ] oh! ah! ♪ [ ding ] >>> that stormy monday thing going on out there on the plaza. they are damp but enthusiastic. >> we thank them for that. >> dave will get out there and meet those folks in a bit. welcome back to "the early show" i'm harry smith along with maggie rodriguez. coming up, one of our favorite segments of the year, we are so excited. halloween decorations are out, you know what that means, christmas is right around the corner. >> yep. >> so we'll help you get a jump-start on shopping for your kids by showing you this season's super, super-hot toys before they sell out. >> or before they jack up the price so much that you can't even afford to buy one for your kids. also ahead, we'll reveal the results
benish got a visit from daniel, a recent law graduate and tomato spread fan. >> three people were working me and another two workers, and he came with a jar that he bought in a supermarket. he said this is yours? i said, yeah. he said i like this the most. i never taste anything like that. look, this is my idea. he presents the philosophy of piecework. >> reporter: daniel had brought a proposal he wrote in college called pieceworks. if benish would buy his supplies and ingredients from israel's often hostile neighbors instead of portugal or italy he would sell the product in america. did you think he was a little crazy? >> in the beginning, yes. >> reporter: but daniel, who grew up in mexico, the son of a holocaust survivor, made the case that trading with arab and muslim neighbors was not just good for peace. it was good business. >> it's closer than portugal to buy it from egypt but also the sun-dried toe natos are fresher. the olives, the bassal. and the farm in a palestinian village. >> reporter: today sales have grown to more than a million jars a year. >> we sell in whole foods. we
danielle. danielle, by the way, was about the same strength as earl, just a thousand miles east of the coastline. this one will be closer and start turning seas much more angry as we head through today and tomorrow. ocean city currently sitting at 77 degrees. they are aiming for 90 this afternoon. the water temperature is up to 78. that's just marginal to feed into a tropical system. across the delmarva, 94 rock hall, to annapolis. 93 aberdeen with light wind on the bay. this side of the bay, it's not like isabel. high air quality, poor air quality, code red, not the best day to be outside. we're aiming for the mid-90's this afternoon. thursday afternoon, outer banks getting clipped with outer rain bands. watch the eye itself jump offshore east of the outer banks within 200 miles of ocean city, puts that in the tropical storm force wind field, maybe 60 miles per hour, waves 10 to 20 feet in ocean city. in baltimore not much of an issue. 70s overnight. high humidity will continue to build back in. 93 tomorrow. and then we'll see some clouds roll in. here in baltimore, barely anyt
charges accused of threatening a tow truck driver with a gun. officers arrested daniel early outside a bar in oddington. the tow truck driver says he attacked him and shoved a hand gun in his face. daniels was off duty at the time and has been charged with first and second degree assault. this morning police are looking for the man who stole several guns in a home invasion. it happened in the 5200 block of dors et avenue. the man knocked on the back door and forced his way in. he stole four guns and ammunition before taking off. >>> the anacostia water front is getting a major face lift. crews will transform the old navy yard into a major mixed use development called the yards. city leaders unveiled plans for the $42 million river front park. it's going to include residential, retail office space and bike and walking trails as well. >>> each year the kennedy center selects a handful of artists. opera winfrey and paul mccartney will receive honors at the event. mccartney what's chosen in 2002 but had to back out because of a family obligation. bill t jones will also receive honors. >> chore
she is here with us on the program. also joining our board of directors, danielle and mrs. snyder. great to see all of you young intrapreneurs. this is fun. so are you in school or no? >> not completely. i am taking a year of independent study this year, so they allowed me to complete the english and history courses on my own. technically i am still a junior and i will still graduate this year and go back to school next year. >> i thought your life was crazy. >> yeah, it was crazy. instead of spending my whole day at school, i am spending my whole day on simple sugars. >> you guys have been making jewelry since you were kids and started your company when you were in the your early 20s. do you think that's an advantage? >> i do. >> what do you gain by doing it when you are so young? >> i think you are just more fearless when you are young. everybody always says, it's really daunting to have your own company and people want to know if you wrote a business plan. if we had written a legitimate hard core plan we might not have done it. >> you also bring something new, because you are f
's commentator has some thoughts about the current state of the u.s. workforce. he's daniel gross, senior editor at "newsweek." >> the long labor day weekend, a respite we enjoy thanks to the rise of labor activism in the 1880s, is a good time to reflect on the state of working america. the flow of data in recent weeks suggests that management continues to enjoy the upper hand over labor, a dynamic that may be hindering the recovery. despite sluggish top line growth, corporate america is doing just fine. corporate profits in the second quarter checked in at a record $1.64 trillion annual rate, up 39% from the second quarter of 2009. the same can't be said of employees. by now, the decline of organized labor is a twice-told tale. only about 12% of u.s. workers are represented by unions. but the rest of us-- call it "disorganized labor"-- aren't doing so hot, either. last friday's bureau of labor statistics report showed a 9.6% unemployment rate, and millions of people underemployed. it also found that, in the past year, as corporate profits have rebounded, average hourly earnings rose a measly 1.
into the water to steer people out of areas with rip currents remaining from last weekend's hurricane danielle. >> you can feel the undercurrent, it's strong. >> reporter: this morning president obama will participate in a call with fema about hurricane preparation. as earl continues to look as if those preparations will be needed. emily schmidt, abc news. >> the beginning of the story, emily said earl was a category 4. right now it is a 3. just to keep that in mind, it always changes. when it does we'll keep you posted. >>> the red cross is ready to respond anywhere anytime. the relief organization learned powerful lessons after hurricane katrina which devastated the gulf coast. the lessons might now pay off, if earl makes landfall in the united states and turns out to be a serious storm. september is national preparedness month. one interesting footnote, maryland is subject to every natural disaster except for one, which is a volcano. >> of all people up and down the east coast, keeping on close eye on earl, aaa doesn't expect major travel problems over the holiday weekend. if the storm stay
. keith daniels at the college park campus where they are having three mugings in one week. >> police have arrested two %-15-year-old. case, including a but they are still looking for more suspects. and so a warning from campus poliie tonight for students to stay vigilant. now the latest happened at 2:00 sunday morning. police say the student was walking alone, on hartwick road suspectssbeat ann robbed him. >> it is frustrating. very frustrating. because you now, you think why would omebody assault a student? i mean they don'' have a lot of money. >> robbery follows two other recent attacks, including an august 29th incident with three five suspects, at a university shuttle bus stop. on august 277h they assaulted three students getting into a car in a hotel parking lot. again, two arrests already made in this case. burpolice warn eight more suspects are still on the loose. in coolege ark, keith daniels,3 fox 45 news "late edition". >> baltimore county police shoot a suspect, at a shopping center. itthappened at about 8:00 this morning in randallstown.ú kings point square. someone calle
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